Guide to Colorado Insects

Guide to Colorado Insects

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Colorado professors and expert entomologists Whitney Cranshaw and Boris Kondratieff present a guide to finding and identifying the insects you are likely to see throughout the state. From bees to butterflies and beyond, this handy, state-specific guidebook will help insect enthusiasts to identify and learn about hundreds of Colorado's most common species. Full-color photography, fascinating facts, and a glossary of insect terms make this book visually appealing, practical, and fun for readers of all ages. With an introduction to the world of arthropods and interesting descriptions of scores of insects, Guide to Colorado Insects is a must-have whether you're at home or in the field. Book jacket.
Publisher: Englewood, CO : Westcliffe Publishers, c2006
ISBN: 9781565795211
Branch Call Number: 595.709788 CRANSHAW
Characteristics: 232 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Kondratieff, B. C. (Boris C.)

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